Cyber warfare MoD raises first Cyber Regiment to secure defence networks from cyber threats

The Ministry of Defence has launched the first dedicated Cyber Regiment that is tasked to protect vital defence networks at …

Remote working Small businesses failing to train employees on safe home-working

Small businesses are failing to help employees work safely from home during the pandemic lock-down. Providing basic security tips and …

Security awareness What if your users have no choice but to break your security rules?

Try as we might, there’s never been a policy written that effectively accounted for all possible future scenarios. That’s why …

Podcast “The community needs to recognise and understand crime”

On this episode of the teissPodcast, we talk to Mick Jenkins, CISO of Brunel University, about Advanced Persistent Threat actors, …

Cyber crime Navigating COVID-19’s shifting security landscape

As COVID-19 drives a higher volume of transactions online, the dance between cyber-criminals and security professionals has stepped up a …

Remote working No digital twin: why remote working must be more than just a clone of...

Mivy James at BAE explains that, while COVID-19 has brought tragedy and damaged the economy, it also brings an opportunity …

Training Remote working has revealed a digital divide. Here’s how to fix it

It is becoming increasingly apparent that COVID-19 could change the world of work for good. As populations around the world …

Cyber crime The coronavirus pandemic moved life online – a surge in website defacing followed

One consequence of the public’s compliance with social distancing and quarantines during the COVID-19 pandemic is a sharp decline in most …

Cyber crime Cyberpsychologist Dr Mary Aiken on whether cyberspace can ever be regulated

"We're not going to be able to regulate ourselves out of the problem." Cyberpsychologist Dr Mary Aiken discusses with Anna …

Cyber attack Coronavirus-related Cyber Attacks jump 30% in past two weeks

In the past two weeks, Check Point researchers have documented an average of 192,000 coronavirus-related cyber attacks per week, marking …

Cyber crime Retailers beware: Hackers are using look-alike domains to steal your customers’ data

More and more consumers are turning to the internet to buy everyday goods and gifts – in the 2019 holiday …

Biometrics Why is the debate on biometrics and surveillance important now?

What's so dangerous about biometrics' collecting and surveillance? Stephanie Hare, Author of Technology Ethics, suggests that George Orwell's vision of …

Third party risk Advice on managing third party risk during COVID-19

The supply chain is never too far down on the agenda of potential security threats...and even more so during the …

Third party risk Approaching supply chain risk from alternative angles

Quentyn Taylor, Director Information Security, Canon EMEA, shares his preferred approach to identifying risk in the supply chain in this …

Third party risk How to handle the supply chain risk

Filmed at teissLondon2020, Mike Seeney, Head of Supply Chain Information Risk, Pinsent Masons, shares his top tips for dealing with …

Encryption The increasing importance of encryption

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A new study demonstrates the increasing importance businesses around the world attach to using encryption to protect information and data. …